Principles of Reinforced Concrete - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128008591, 9780128009635

Principles of Reinforced Concrete

1st Edition

Authors: Zhenhai Guo
Hardcover ISBN: 9780128008591
eBook ISBN: 9780128009635
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 22nd July 2014
Page Count: 606
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Description

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1. Introduction
    • 1.1. Development and features of reinforced concrete structure
    • 1.2. Characteristics of this course
  • Part 1. Mechanical Behavior of Concrete
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 2. Basic Mechanical Behavior
      • 2.1. Material composition and characteristic
      • 2.2. Compressive strength
      • 2.3. Complete compressive stress–strain curve
      • 2.4. Tensile strength and deformation
      • 2.5. Shear strength and deformation
    • Chapter 3. Behavior Under Influence of Main Factors
      • 3.1. Load acted repeatedly
      • 3.2. Eccentric compression
      • 3.3. Eccentric and flexural tensions
      • 3.4. Age
      • 3.5. Shrinkage
      • 3.6. Creep
    • Chapter 4. Various Structural Concrete
      • 4.1. High-strength concrete
      • 4.2. Light-weight concrete
      • 4.3. Fiber concrete
    • Chapter 5. Multiaxial Strength and Constitutive Relation
      • 5.1. Experimental equipment and method
      • 5.2. General regularities of multiaxial strength and deformation
      • 5.3. Typical failure patterns and their boundaries
      • 5.4. Failure criterion
      • 5.5. Constitutive relation
  • Part 2. Combination Function of Reinforcement and Concrete
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 6. Mechanical Behavior of Reinforcement
      • 6.1. Reinforcement used in concrete structure
      • 6.2. Stress–strain relation
      • 6.3. Deformation under action of cyclic loads
      • 6.4. Behavior after cold-worked
      • 6.5. Creep and relaxation
    • Chapter 7. Bond Between Reinforcement and Concrete
      • 7.1. Function and composition of bond
      • 7.2. Test method and bond mechanism
      • 7.3. Influence factors
      • 7.4. Constitutive model for bond stress–slip
    • Chapter 8. Mechanical Behavior Under Axial Force
      • 8.1. Compressive member
      • 8.2. Tensile member
      • 8.3. General regularity
    • Chapter 9. Confined Concrete
      • 9.1. Column with spiral bar
      • 9.2. Rectangular tied column
      • 9.3. Steel-tube-confined concrete
      • 9.4. Local compression
    • Chapter 10. Mechanical Response of Deformation Difference
      • 10.1. Shrinkage of concrete
      • 10.2. Difference of thermal deformation
      • 10.3. Creep of concrete
  • Part 3. Strength and Deformation of Structural Member
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 11. Strength of Member Under Compression and Bending
      • 11.1. Mechanical process and failure pattern
      • 11.2. Additional flexure of long column
      • 11.3. General method for sectional analysis
      • 11.4. Ultimate strength
      • 11.5. Members of various materials and structural details
    • Chapter 12. Tensile Crack
      • 12.1. Cause and limitation of crack
      • 12.2. Internal force at cracking
      • 12.3. Mechanism of cracking
      • 12.4. Calculation of crack width
    • Chapter 13. Flexural Stiffness and Deformation
      • 13.1. Deformation of member and its limitation
      • 13.2. Calculation of sectional stiffness
      • 13.3. Calculation of deformation
    • Chapter 14. Strength of Member Under Shear Force
      • 14.1. Failure pattern and strength of beam without web reinforcement
      • 14.2. Effect of web reinforcement and components of shear resistance
      • 14.3. Calculation of ultimate shear strength
      • 14.4. Various members and mechanical conditions
    • Chapter 15. Strength of Member Under Torsion
      • 15.1. Elasticity and plasticity solutions
      • 15.2. Ultimate strength of member under torsion alone
      • 15.3. Members with composite internal forces
      • 15.4. Calculation of ultimate strength
  • Part 4. Special Behaviors of Structural Members
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 16. Seismic Resistance
      • 16.1. Characteristics of structural behavior under earthquake
      • 16.2. Ductility under monotonic load
      • 16.3. Hysteretic characteristic under reversed load of low cycles
    • Chapter 17. Fatigue Resistance
      • 17.1. Fatigue of concrete
      • 17.2. Fatigue of reinforcement
      • 17.3. Fatigue of bond between reinforcement and concrete
      • 17.4. Fatigue of structural member and its checking calculation
    • Chapter 18. Explosion Resistance
      • 18.1. Characteristics of explosion resistance of structures
      • 18.2. Behaviors of materials under high-speed loading
      • 18.3. Behaviors of structural members
    • Chapter 19. Fire Resistance
      • 19.1. Characteristics of fire resistance of structures
      • 19.2. Temperature field on section
      • 19.3. Mechanical behaviors of materials at elevated temperature
      • 19.4. Coupling constitutive relation of concrete
      • 19.5. Behavior and calculation of structural members at elevated temperature
    • Chapter 20. Durability
      • 20.1. Characteristics of durability of concrete structure
      • 20.2. Several durability problems
      • 20.3. Design and evaluation of structure durability
  • Appendix
  • References
  • Index

Key Features

  • Focuses on the principles of reinforced concrete, providing professional and academic readers with a single volume reference
  • Experimental data enables readers to make full use of the theory presented
  • The mechanical behavior of both concrete and reinforcement materials, plus the combined function of both are covered, enabling readers to understand the behaviors of reinforced concrete structures and their members
  • Covers behavior of the materials and members under normal and extreme conditions

Readership

Civil Engineers, Construction Engineers, Builders, Structural Engineers, Earthquake Engineers, Architects, and Post- and under-graduated students major in civil engineering and architecture

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1. Introduction
    • 1.1. Development and features of reinforced concrete structure
    • 1.2. Characteristics of this course
  • Part 1. Mechanical Behavior of Concrete
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 2. Basic Mechanical Behavior
      • 2.1. Material composition and characteristic
      • 2.2. Compressive strength
      • 2.3. Complete compressive stress–strain curve
      • 2.4. Tensile strength and deformation
      • 2.5. Shear strength and deformation
    • Chapter 3. Behavior Under Influence of Main Factors
      • 3.1. Load acted repeatedly
      • 3.2. Eccentric compression
      • 3.3. Eccentric and flexural tensions
      • 3.4. Age
      • 3.5. Shrinkage
      • 3.6. Creep
    • Chapter 4. Various Structural Concrete
      • 4.1. High-strength concrete
      • 4.2. Light-weight concrete
      • 4.3. Fiber concrete
    • Chapter 5. Multiaxial Strength and Constitutive Relation
      • 5.1. Experimental equipment and method
      • 5.2. General regularities of multiaxial strength and deformation
      • 5.3. Typical failure patterns and their boundaries
      • 5.4. Failure criterion
      • 5.5. Constitutive relation
  • Part 2. Combination Function of Reinforcement and Concrete
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 6. Mechanical Behavior of Reinforcement
      • 6.1. Reinforcement used in concrete structure
      • 6.2. Stress–strain relation
      • 6.3. Deformation under action of cyclic loads
      • 6.4. Behavior after cold-worked
      • 6.5. Creep and relaxation
    • Chapter 7. Bond Between Reinforcement and Concrete
      • 7.1. Function and composition of bond
      • 7.2. Test method and bond mechanism
      • 7.3. Influence factors
      • 7.4. Constitutive model for bond stress–slip
    • Chapter 8. Mechanical Behavior Under Axial Force
      • 8.1. Compressive member
      • 8.2. Tensile member
      • 8.3. General regularity
    • Chapter 9. Confined Concrete
      • 9.1. Column with spiral bar
      • 9.2. Rectangular tied column
      • 9.3. Steel-tube-confined concrete
      • 9.4. Local compression
    • Chapter 10. Mechanical Response of Deformation Difference
      • 10.1. Shrinkage of concrete
      • 10.2. Difference of thermal deformation
      • 10.3. Creep of concrete
  • Part 3. Strength and Deformation of Structural Member
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 11. Strength of Member Under Compression and Bending
      • 11.1. Mechanical process and failure pattern
      • 11.2. Additional flexure of long column
      • 11.3. General method for sectional analysis
      • 11.4. Ultimate strength
      • 11.5. Members of various materials and structural details
    • Chapter 12. Tensile Crack
      • 12.1. Cause and limitation of crack
      • 12.2. Internal force at cracking
      • 12.3. Mechanism of cracking
      • 12.4. Calculation of crack width
    • Chapter 13. Flexural Stiffness and Deformation
      • 13.1. Deformation of member and its limitation
      • 13.2. Calculation of sectional stiffness
      • 13.3. Calculation of deformation
    • Chapter 14. Strength of Member Under Shear Force
      • 14.1. Failure pattern and strength of beam without web reinforcement
      • 14.2. Effect of web reinforcement and components of shear resistance
      • 14.3. Calculation of ultimate shear strength
      • 14.4. Various members and mechanical conditions
    • Chapter 15. Strength of Member Under Torsion
      • 15.1. Elasticity and plasticity solutions
      • 15.2. Ultimate strength of member under torsion alone
      • 15.3. Members with composite internal forces
      • 15.4. Calculation of ultimate strength
  • Part 4. Special Behaviors of Structural Members
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 16. Seismic Resistance
      • 16.1. Characteristics of structural behavior under earthquake
      • 16.2. Ductility under monotonic load
      • 16.3. Hysteretic characteristic under reversed load of low cycles
    • Chapter 17. Fatigue Resistance
      • 17.1. Fatigue of concrete
      • 17.2. Fatigue of reinforcement
      • 17.3. Fatigue of bond between reinforcement and concrete
      • 17.4. Fatigue of structural member and its checking calculation
    • Chapter 18. Explosion Resistance
      • 18.1. Characteristics of explosion resistance of structures
      • 18.2. Behaviors of materials under high-speed loading
      • 18.3. Behaviors of structural members
    • Chapter 19. Fire Resistance
      • 19.1. Characteristics of fire resistance of structures
      • 19.2. Temperature field on section
      • 19.3. Mechanical behaviors of materials at elevated temperature
      • 19.4. Coupling constitutive relation of concrete
      • 19.5. Behavior and calculation of structural members at elevated temperature
    • Chapter 20. Durability
      • 20.1. Characteristics of durability of concrete structure
      • 20.2. Several durability problems
      • 20.3. Design and evaluation of structure durability
  • Appendix
  • References
  • Index

Details

No. of pages:
606
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 2014
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9780128009635
Hardcover ISBN:
9780128008591

About the Author

Zhenhai Guo

Professor Zhenhai Guo is a member of the Department of Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University, China. He teaches and researches concrete structure over 50 years. His research interests include reinforced and prestressed concrete structure, composite structure, autoclaved aerated concrete, confined concrete, and the structure of reinforced concrete at elevated temperature.

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University, China